IT & Digital

Software Engineer - flexible working (C#)

Software Engineer - flexible working (C#)

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    IT & Digital

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    £55000 - £65000 per annum

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    Richard Thorndyke

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  • Published:

    11 months ago

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Software Engineer: Developer; C#; Kubernetes; Jenkins; Git

One of my clients, a reputable name in the financial services world, is looking to hire a talented Software Engineer with a background in complex C# development, to join a team that serves as a key software provide to the some of the companies' most important data platforms. The team develop highly analytical and complex platforms for various teams across the organisation, and consist of pure engineers who have a proven track record in building quality software.

You will be working on high-profile projects, of which the team have a number of that are planned for next year and beyond. For example, one such project is focussed around moving certain application codes on to microservices. Furthermore, there is a big cloud project that they want this person to become part of too.

To be right for this role, you must have:

  • A true C# engineering background. A web development background will not be right for this area. They want people who have come from a role where they have delivered robust software solutions that are not web or mobile focussed.
  • Ideally some Kubernetes experience as well as exposure to Git workflow, Jenkins and CI/CD pipelines.
  • A computer science or engineering degree.
  • You do not need to have worked in a financial services company to be considered for this - you can come from any area, so long as it has seen you build quality software.

Everyone is working from home for now, but once things have eased from a pandemic perspective, it is likely that you will only need to come into the office once a fortnight. You can come in more often, but there won't be an expectation to. The office is a two-minute walk from Bristol Temple Meads station.